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Well, one grandson knows everything about everything, he is like an encyclopedia. He studies to be a teacher.
The other one is an accountant and now a father to a lovely boy.

When the family comes here I let them all talk to each other, as I can't follow what they say. One to one is better. I visit my son once a week for maybe two hours talk, and that seems to satisfy us both, plus we email.
So, things are quite good, most of the time.

GG.



Eddie Larry Wrote:
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Gerda queried
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> There are so many things we learn, but what do we
> do with it in old age?
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> Well knowing facts should really impress the
> grandchildren! Few of these facts matter, but
> they are fun to learn! It is good to keep on
> keeping on!

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Hoaxes 276 greengirl5 16-Jul-21 23:16
Re: Hoaxes 113 seasmith 17-Jul-21 00:32
Re: Hoaxes - 18.6 years 121 greengirl5 17-Jul-21 03:27
18.6 years, stone circles and standing stones 118 Reagent 17-Jul-21 08:28
Re: 18.6 years, stone circles and standing stones 94 greengirl5 17-Jul-21 12:32
Re: 18.6 years, stone circles and standing stones 113 seasmith 17-Jul-21 18:52
Haha, it is called the Saros cycle! 123 greengirl5 17-Jul-21 22:29
Analemma 107 greengirl5 17-Jul-21 22:50
More than you probably wanted to know Saros cycle! 126 seasmith 18-Jul-21 04:55
Re: Haha, it is called the Saros cycle! 109 Eddie Larry 19-Jul-21 12:48
Re: Haha, it is called the Saros cycle! 158 greengirl5 19-Jul-21 13:19


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